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Champions League T20 Venues declared

The Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg, St. Georges Park in Port Elizabeth, Kingsmead in Durban and Centurion Park in Centurion – these are the four venues in South Africa which will host the matches in the Champion League T20 for the year 2010, which will be held in that country from September 10 to 26. The governing council of the Tournament, however, is yet to announce the full fixture of the Championship.

The Wanderers stadium in Johannesburg, St. Georges Park in Port Elizabeth, Kingsmead in Durban and Centurion Park in Centurion – these are the four venues in South Africa which will host the matches in the Champion League T20 for the year 2010, which will be held in that country from September 10 to 26. The governing council of the Tournament, however, is yet to announce the full fixture of the Championship.

The first edition of the Champions League T20 was held in India in 2009 August with New South Wales becoming the champion beating Trinidad and Tobago in the finals. This time the total number of teams has been curtailed to 10 from last year’s 12. Royal Challengers, which featured in the inaugural edition, is also participating in this year’s tournament.

The Participating Teams are:

India - Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers
Australia - Victorian Bushrangers and South Australian Redbacks
South Africa - Warriors and Highveld Lions
New Zealand - Central Stags
Sri Lanka - Wayamba Elevens
The West Indies – To Be Confirmed

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Which overseas Player will RCB retain?
Rohan-Sirsi on 03 Oct 2010, 04:35 AM
We are likely to miss most of our overseas players and not just the Aussie or the Kiwi..
Wizardprince on 30 Jun 2010, 09:25 AM
Bad news for Royal Challengers Bangalore team we will miss Cameron White and Ross Taylor for airtel Champions League!!!
Rohan-Sirsi on 29 Jun 2010, 09:02 PM
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